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Microsoft Office Integration
As a multi-language dictionary and translation tool, Babylon 9 is a great piece of software. It offers a ton of useful features users find invaluable including:
- one-touch translation and dictionary lookup
- multi-language translation
- text-to-speech functionality providing audio pronunciations
- support for more than 75 languages
If you're a Microsoft user, you'll be happy to know Babylon also supports Microsoft Office integration. The software works seamlessly with Word, Excel, Outlook, and a variety of Office plug-ins. And if you opt to start Babylon 9 automatically when your computer boots, it will always be accessible with the click of a mouse.
What Microsoft Office integration means for you
Suppose you're writing a document that's several thousand words long. When you complete it, it may be a difficult task for you to proofread adequately; this can result in incorrect grammar and spelling mistakes. By clicking the yellow Babylon icon or using the F9 key you can use the software to scan your document for mistakes.
Then let's say you notice you've used the word "feature" far too often in your text. You can use Babylon's one-click dictionary tool to bring up a pop-up window which includes not only correct spelling and definition, but also a list of synonyms you can choose from to replace that word.
Microsoft integration with other programs
If you're using Windows Vista or 7, it is likely Babylon 9 will integrate well with most of your other software as well. Babylon developers say it's already been tested with the Firefox and Chrome web browsers, as well as a handful of e-mail clients. Since most software in Windows relies on the same DLLs and calls for text display and writing purposes, Babylon should work fine under normal circumstances.
If you're using an alternative office suite like Oracle's Open Office, Babylon 9 works there as well. Earlier versions, most notably versions six and seven, did have some difficulties integrating with Open Office. But both software packages have gone through numerous upgrades since then. Bug issues between Babylon and Open Office are fairly limited now.
Microsoft Office integration with Mac
Mac users running Microsoft Office in OS X Mountain Lion shouldn't have any problem with integration either. However, that may not be the case with Mac specific office suites. Your best bet is to download Babylon's trial version and check it out before you invest in the license.
If you find Microsoft integration doesn't work at all, or works with some minor bugs, you can always contact Babylon's support department for help. They're friendly and helpful staff will do what they can to get you up and running as quickly as possible. If Babylon refuses to integrate with Mac specific software you may have to find an alternative.
Microsoft Office integration is just one of many great features offered by Babylon 9. Get your copy of the free trial version today; you'll be amazed by what you can do with it!
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